Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Make Your Weekends Even Sweeter...

Gosh, I let time slip away. I haven't blogged in a very long time. Summer was truly fun and every minute spent doing something with the kids. Then school started and over the last month we've been getting back into that routine. The kids are loving being back in school and each one has amazing teachers! All three in school now! Wow! It is great!

Now that the kids are back in school, we really look forward to the weekend and the time we get to spend together. Breakfast has always been a favorite meal in our home. I try to make a special meal for the kids on Saturdays and Sundays as my way of thanking them for all their hard work during the week.

I recently joined a group online that tries out new products released by some famous brands we all know and love. This week I will be getting a package in the mail with some Pillsbury Flaky Twists in it. After we gobble them all up, I will have the chance to critique this new breakfast pastry. So something SWEET is on its way and I am oh so excited to start this program. Free products! Can't beat that! Plus, the kids will love having something sweet to enjoy on their day off! Hmmm....when is that package going to arrive?? I can't wait....

I will keep you all posted with what I am testing and how good it really is! That way I'll be the guinea pig. I love trying out new things--especially these new Pillsbury® Flaky Twists with Chocolate Icing (I've been checking them out every time I'm at the store--now they are coming straight to my doorstep)! I think they conveniently help us moms make mornings even sweeter--I'm all about keeping things easy in the kitchen. Maybe you should all go grab some of these at the store so that you too can treat your families to a special breakfast this weekend! And while you do, enjoy those deliciously sweet family moments together!

For those of you interested, I will forward coupons for each item I am critiquing to you via e-mail. That way you can try it too and see what you and your families think. Consider it a "sweet experiment"!

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